Denis Coderre plans to bet with NYC mayor, while Habs challenge Jimmy Fallon

Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre will soon collect on his bet with Boston Mayor Marty Walsh after the Habs took the series over the Bruins. What do you think should be at stake in the series against the New York Rangers?

Friendly mayor wager paid off for Montreal in Round 2 with Boston

Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre came out on top in the wager with Boston Mayor Marty Walsh after the Habs took the series in seven games. (CBC)

Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre says he is sending a Canadiens flag to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to fly above Boston City Hall after the Habs took the series over the Bruins. What do you think the terms of a friendly wager should be with the mayor of New York City?

Tweet us your idea @CBCMontreal using the hashtag #HabsWager.

Walsh said he would uphold his end of the bargain and fly the flag over city hall once it arrives. He's also scheduled to pay a visit to Montreal in the near future as part of the bet.

Habs bet with Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon

For the next series, Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon, who is a New York native, agreed to take part in a bet.

The Montreal Canadiens tweeted the NBC late night talk show host Friday afternoon, on the eve of Game 1 at the Bell Centre, and Fallon pondered the Habs' proposition.

A few hours later, he agreed. Fallon will have to do a monologue on The Tonight Show wearing a Habs jersey if the Canadiens win the series against the Rangers.

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